|Can't Slow Down|
|Studio album by|
|Released||September 29, 2009|
|Recorded||2009, The Benjamin Hotel, New York City (NY), Puppy Studio, Burbank (CA)|
|Length||50:00 (Main album)|
|Label||Rhino (U.S.), earMusic/Edel (EU)|
|Producer|| Marti Frederiksen |
Can't Slow Down is the ninth studio album by the British-American rock band Foreigner and their most recent album to date. It was the band's first studio release with lead singer Kelly Hansen & bassist Jeff Pilson and the group's first new studio album since 1994's Mr. Moonlight .In the U.S. the album was first available exclusively through Wal-Mart retailers.
The song "Too Late" had previously been featured on the group's 2008 compilation album No End in Sight: The Very Best of Foreigner .
Marti Frederiksen and guitarist Mick Jones' stepson, Mark Ronson co-produced the album.
Can't Slow Down debuted at 29 on the Billboard 200.The first two singles from the album, "When It Comes to Love" and "In Pieces" both reached the Top 20 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart.
In 2010 it was awarded a gold certification from the Independent Music Companies Association,which indicated sales of at least 100,000 copies throughout Europe.
All songs written by Mick Jones, Kelly Hansen, and Marti Frederiksen, except where noted.
|Austrian Albums Chart||58|
|German Albums Chart||16|
|Swiss Albums Chart||26|
|UK Albums Chart||105|
|US Billboard 200||29|
|US Billboard Rock Albums||12|
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